add child from lib

Community Beginner ,
Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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i used the code to add moviclip from library --> it is work

root["emp"].addChild(new lib.pic1());

 

what is the new intance name?

 

i tried to change the color but it is not reconize the movie clip name.

for(i=1;i<63; i++)
{
root["emp"]["pic1"]["p"+i].shape.graphics._fill.style =color;
}

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Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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Hi.

 

Can you provide the full relevant code so we can understand better what's going on?

 

Regards,

JC

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Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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i want to do a color book

i load from the library the picture (pic1)

 

root=this;
var color= "#ffffff";


this["emp"].addChild(new lib.pic1());

function clean_pic()
{
for(i=1;i<63; i++)
{
root["emp"]["pic1"]["p"+i].shape.graphics._fill.style =color;
}
}

clean_pic();

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Mar 10, 2022 Mar 10, 2022

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Dynamically instantiated movieclips doesn't have a directly accessible instance name unless you create one. You create one by assigning the reference to the movieclip to a property on its parent timeline (or anywhere really, but the parent timeline is most intuitive). E.g.--

 

var newPic = new lib.pic1();

root.emp.addChild(newPic);

root.emp.p37 = newPic;

 

By the way, the entire point of bracket notation is to perform variable interpolation. For pure string literals it's pointless and you should just use dot notation. Like this:

 

root.emp["p" + 1).bla bla bla

 

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thank you it is worek

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